Lake Vivi

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Vivi Lake
Vivi Lake is located in Russia
Vivi Lake
Vivi Lake
Location in Russia
Location Evenki District
Coordinates 66°25′N 94°15′E / 66.417°N 94.250°E / 66.417; 94.250Coordinates: 66°25′N 94°15′E / 66.417°N 94.250°E / 66.417; 94.250
Primary outflows Vivi River (Russia), length 426 km (265 mi)
Basin countries Russia
Max. length 88 km (55 mi)
Max. width 1.5–5 km (0.93–3.11 mi)
Surface area 229 km2 (88 sq mi)
Surface elevation 255 m (837 ft)
Settlements No permanent settlements

Lake Vivi (Russian language: о́зеро Ви́ви) is a lake on the Vivi River in the Putorana Plateau, Evenkia in Siberia, Russia. It is a typical river lake, while the length is ca. 86 km, the width does not exceed 5 km, and the area of the lake is 229 km². It has no permanent settlements along its banks. It is famous as the geographical center of Russia. The spot is marked by a 7-metre monument erected in August 1992. Nearby is an even higher cross dedicated to St. Sergius of Radonezh.

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